Segovia, Spain. This Castillean city, where Jews once lived 500 years ago, has joined the network of Spanish cities to highlight their Jewish heritage. Here, in the former Jewish quarter, you will find El Fogon Sefardi (The Sephardic Cookpot), a restaurant that evokes the culinary past of Spanish Jewry. . Delicious preparations of stews, dried fruits and fish. (Not kosher.) During the making of our film, "Rediscovering Sepharad - A Journey Through Spain's Jewish Past", we stopped here for lunch and watched the chef work his magic. We also include a segment by Paco Diez , the Spanish musician and catalyst for reviving popularity of Sephardic music and instruments. He regales us about the noble eggplant. On-camera presence and narration by Michael Greenspan.